Shades by Barielle Summer 2009 Collection‏


For summer 2009, treat nails to the sweetest hues with Sugar Rush, a new nail polish collection from Shades by Barielle. Six pretty candy colored hues to satisfy your mani-pedi cravings with on-trend, fashionable nail color and Barielle’s signature healthy “3-free” formulation.

The ultimate in eye candy, Swizzle Stix—a robin’s egg blue and Lemondrops—an electric yellow, give nails a taste of brilliant color.

To sprinkle nails with sparkle, Cotton Candy—a vibrant pink sparkle, or Decadence—a sheer metallic turquoise, add glitz to playful hues.

Indulge nails with Sweet Addiction—a minty green, or Grape Escape—a plush purple hue, gives the prettiest treat to hands and feet.

Professional Tip: Celebrity Manicurist Elle says, “We were inspired to create Shades by Barielle’s Sugar Rush nail polish collection straight from the runway—spring/summer 2009 collections were all injected with a shot of high-voltage sugar colors.”

Formulated to provide nails with safe, healthy and long-lasting glossy color coverage, Shades by Barielle is free of formaldehyde, toluene and dibutyl-phthalate. Women can also safely use Barielle products throughout pregnancy.

Get nails in ship-shape form for spring with a selection of classic Barielle treatment products designed to prime, condition, seal and dry the nail plate. Base coats include Fortifying Nail Builder, Hydrating Ridge Filler, Nail Brightener, Nail Rebuilding Protein, Natural Nail Camouflage and Instant Liquid Nail Hardener. Top coats include Clearly Noticeable Nail Thickener, Ultra Speed Dry Manicure Extender and No Chip Speed Dry.

Key Features: Contains no formaldehyde, toluene and dibutyl-phthalate.

Size: .5 fl oz/14.8 ml

Suggested Retail Price: $8.00



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